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Hip Implants

Hip joint is one of the most important joints of the body. The whole movement of the body depends upon it’s function. Hip joints have to withstand the whole weight of the body.
Hip Joint is Ball-Socket type joint. Your hip joint is made up of two major parts. One or both parts may be replaced during surgery:

 • The Hip socket (a part of the pelvic bone called the acetabulum)
 • The upper end of the thighbone (called the femoral head)

(Lower Bone) Hyaline cartilage lines both the acetabulum and head of the femur, acting as a shock absorber during movements. In between these layers there are synovial membranes which secret watery synovial fluid, acting as lubricant.
If due to any accident Hip joint is broken it can be replaced with ball and socket joint made from metal and plastic. After long research these joints have been designed in such a way so as to enable them to rotate freely.